Get paid for reading emails. NO SPAM. Just paying emails.
January 9, 2008 10:16am CST
I belong to two programs that send me emails to read. I don't get tons of spam like you would signing up for the "do offers" type of programs. You just open the email and click on the link. You view an advertisement and then you are done. Simple as that. One of them pays me by check and one pays by gift card. The one that pays by check is more lucritive because there are other things you can do on the site also. The payout is $30.00 but, you get $5.00 for signing up. I made payout in the first month by doing surveys on the site and reading the emails. The site is in my profile. Click on the banner that says "Send Earnings". The one that pays you by gift card is also great for me because I just save up points in there and then cash them out for a Wal-Mart card whenever there is a birthday coming up or it's Christmas. I have most of my friends doing this site and they love it. I haven't had a single complaint from any of them about racking up the points. You will have to PM me with your email address for this one because they don't allow you to post referral links. It is by invitation only.
14 Jan 08
I have been a member with sendearnings for over a year and have not reached payout. I live in Canada so maybe I am not getting as many surveys to do as people who live in the states, I don't know. All I can tell you is I only have about $10 in my account. I only get an email to read about once a month. I don't even try to go into my account there anymore for surveys because I never qualify for them anyways. Most of them say not available in my country.
• United States
9 Jan 08
I belong to one invitation only program and am very happy with them, and also like InboxDollars and Send Earnings which are owned by the same company. I also enjoy playing the WorldWinner games. There are many ways to earn on those two and I don't do the offers either but am finally getting some referral income from InboxDollars. as well as payout every month or two. Those two are US only, aren't they?